Rendr2 is a live coding web tool. As you type or modify the code on the right you will see the changes instantly on the left. It’s a very useful sketch pad and/or a good way to learn new HTML or CSS code.
Archive for November, 2008
This online tool will alphabetize any list you give it.
It can also do a number of other useful things:
- Strip HTML
- Ignore Case
- Make all lowercase
- Capitalize first word
- Remove Duplicates
- Reverse List
- Ignore Indefinite Articles
- Ignore Definite Articles
The Test Everything website offers an incredible amount of tests divided into the following 8 categories:
- CSS and HTML validators
- SEO tools
- Social services
- Web proxies
- Network tools
- Text tools
- Image tools (works only with Image URLs)
- Miscellaneous tools
Enter the website you want to check, select the tests you’d like to perform and hit "test website"
If you use Firefox with the Linky Addon you can see each test result in separate tabs.
Click on "more options" and you can download a bookmarklet so that you can go back and redo the same tests again down the road.
Quarkbase will gladly tell you all it knows about any site you ask it about. It even found out how many times my site appeared in Twitters and when, but here’s the impressive part, the twitters were linking to my site using a TinyURL. It also gives you all the regular info, such as popularity, social bookmarks, reviews, comments on it, RSS subscriber counts, reach, blog mentions, registrar info and more.
Like the previously mentioned Typetester, Font Tester allows you to compare three different font settings at once. You can set all attributes from font size to word spacing to text indent, to letter spacing, etc, etc. When you get the look you want you can click to download the CSS code. It’s useful as a CSS generator even without the comparison feature.